Tuesday Update Rowland S. Howard, The Orb, Robert Forster, Little Dragon.

Molchat Doma, Daniel Avery & Alessandro Cortini, Waxahatchee, Bon Iver, Little Dragon, The Chats, Sufjan Stevens & Lowell Brams, Sugar.

Headlines

  • British techno producer Daniel Avery has linked up with Italian synth-whiz Alessandro Cortini for a record of deep & dark electronica. On transparent magenta wax.
  • A couple of Rowland S. Howard classics have been reissued at long last. These are a must for fans of the legend & The Birthday Party alike.
  • Molchat Doma. Belarusian coldwave for all you fans of ‘Closer’-era Joy Division, early Cure & Siekiera.
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Ft. two new Polytechnic Youth releases, Kanaan, Hiroshi Yoshimura & more...

New music

  • The Orb are back with a little help from musical legends Jah Wobble, Steve Hillage & Roger Eno.
  • Sufjan Stevens teams up with step-dad & label co-founder Lowell Brams for an expansive double soundtrack album album of synths.
  • Windy & Carl once again innovatively blend drone, dream pop, ambient & psychedelic rock.
  • Waxahatchee. Katie Crutchfield is on cloud Saint Cloud nine on this one.
  • Acclaimed electropoppers Little Dragon are back with a bang.
  • Australian scrappy pub-punks The Chats unleash their super-fun debut.
  • Psychedelic jam workouts from Chris Forsyth with Garcia Peoples.
  • Ace tape of top-tier beats & off-kilter production from Stones Throw’s Knxwledge.
  • Slift get shared on the Thee Oh Sees unofficial Facebook fan club on the daily. Take that as you will...
  • JARV IS. House music’s playing in my house, my house.
  • Working from home 925, what a way to make a living. Acclaimed post-punk/indie group Sorry unleash their anticipated debut.
  • Coriky. Fans of Fugazi & Ian MacKaye take note...
  • UK Bleep & Bass 1988-91. Double LP celebrating Yorkshire club & electronic music.
  • Eveeeen floooouuuuwww. Seattle stadium rockers Pearl Jam are back with their first in 7 years.
  • Minimalistic post-punk meets melodic indie rock on FACS’ latest.
  • Eleh. Choral ambient & drone inspired by the echoing qualities of cathedrals.
  • Tod Dockstader. AM radio inspired experimental jams ft. static, buzz, vocal snippets & the like.
  • Swiss noise rockers Massicot are back with their first in five years.
  • Alt. country star Lilly Hiatt’s latest features a colour-your-own cover.
  • Is that Faith +1 on the sleeve? No it’s Canadian indie rock collective Nap Eyes with their fourth LP!
  • Songwriter Margaret Glaspy follows-up her debut with ‘Devotion’.
  • Austrian shoegazers Molly get the remix treatment on this 4-track EP.
  • Brian Fallon of Springsteen worshippers The Gaslight Anthem has a new LP out.
  • Perhaps you’d like this album of eclectic, acid-tinged space rock?
  • The Necks. The avant-jazzers make a welcome return.
  • Serbian born Dana Gavanski releases her debut of psychedelic-tinged indie rock & folk.
  • Archival release of wide-ranging club electronica from NYZ.
  • Thomas Newman’s score for ‘1917’ lands on orange wax.
  • Jóhann Jóhannsson & Yair Elazar Glotman. Deluxe box set & blu-ray from the late composer.

Re-issues

  • Ornate shoegaze from Cranes on marble & gold wax.
  • There are quite a few Sugar reissues here which we reckon are essentials, namely ‘Copper Blue’.
  • Bob Mould. More reissues from the Sugar/Husker Du legend.
  • AK•79. Compilation exploring New Zealand’s punk subcultures in 1979.
  • Swervediver’s Adam Franklin issues an album on wax for the first time.
  • Bon Iver. ‘Blood Bank’ gets a reissue on red vinyl.
  • A Band For All Seasons. Expanded 4CD set of 60s psych classics from Fruits de Mer.
  • The former Go-Between Robert Forster reissues a couple of slept-on classics.
  • Fan favourite from noise/power electronics marvel Gary Mundy as Kleistwahr.
  • This Italian post-rock classic from port-royal celebrates its 15th anniversary.
  • Lee Perry feat. Mad Professor / Douggie Digital / Juggler. One for the dub heads.
  • More Waxahatchee for all you fans of the indie rock singer-songwriter.
  • Upbeat psychedelic soul from Nigerian collective Ofege.
  • Couple of reissues from glam-power-punks Redd Kross on Third Man.
  • Polish ambient legend Jacaszek reissues ‘Pentral’.
  • Desert scorched stoners Fu Manchu re-release a fan-favourite on colour wax with a bonus vinyl.
  • Kanye West. Hugely influential classic or one of Yeezy’s weakest? That’s for you to decide…
  • Gorgeous, warm & hypnotic house from DJ Python.
  • Former Norman Album of the Week winner Makaya McCraven represses a favourite.
  • Here’s another chance to grab the modern darkwave/industrial classic from Lingua Ignota.
  • (Lemon) Peel Sessions from influential art punks The Raincoats.
  • Didn’t realise Miles Davis was such a fan of the early 2000s Hawaiin songwriter...

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Featured albums

NYZ
Miles Davis
Brian Fallon
The Orb
Ofege
JARV IS
Jóhann Jóhannsson & Yair Elazar Glotman
Cranes
Coriky
Perhaps
FACS
Various
Eleh
Massicot
Molly
Adam Franklin
Knxwledge
Chris Forsyth with Garcia Peoples
Various
Slift
Various
Sufjan Stevens & Lowell Brams
Windy & Carl
Daniel Avery & Alessandro Cortini
Margaret Glaspy
Sorry
Little Dragon
Nap Eyes
Dana Gavanski
Bon Iver
Lilly Hiatt
Waxahatchee
Pearl Jam
The Chats
The Necks
Thomas Newman
Lee Perry feat. Mad Professor / Douggie Digital / Juggler
Kleistwahr
Lingua Ignota
Makaya McCraven
DJ Python
Kanye West
The Raincoats
Fu Manchu
Tod Dockstader
Jacaszek
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